relayed from the State Cafe.
Dr. J. E. Myers, O.B.E., D.Se., "Founders of Science - John Dalton, the Manchester Philosopher."
Mr. G. H.
Bowker, " Some True Dog Stories."
The Station Quartet. J. Dugdale Smith
Gerald W. Bright , relayed from the Hotel Majestic, St. Anne'son-the-Sea."
S.B. from London.
Ph.D., " Our Minds and How to Control Them-(7) Remembering and Forgetting."
THE STATION ORCHESTRA:
Conductor, T. H. MORRISON.
" Petite Suite de Concert." " Three Dream Dances."
HARRY HOPEWELL (Baritone). " My Pretty Fishermaiden." " Dreaming For Ever." " Beauty and Song."
Nos. 1 and 2 from " Four Characteristic Waltzes."
in the Comedy, "Devoted Elsie."
We hear Elsie and the Cook busy in the kitchen. and to help pass the time away whilst hard at work, they discuss with vital interest Mr. 'Arold. Elsie's admiration of Mr. 'Arold is beyond description !
A New C ;io Revue.
Book by HAr:OLD SIMPSON (Author of "The 9 o'Clock Revue," Part Author of " Tricks," etc.). and ALAN MACBETH.
Musical Numbers by Various
The Cast will include :
TOMMY HANDLEY ,
EWART SCOTT ,
ARTHUR J. DENTON ,
OLIVE KILGOUR, and THE RADIO REVUE CHORUS.
Directed by JAMES LESTER.
S.B. front London.
In Music and Humour.